Tag: Malwarebytes

Disney “breached”, data dumped online

Hacktivists claim they have stolen 1.2 TB of data from Disney’s developer Slack channels. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Disney “breached”, data dumped online

Fake Microsoft Teams for Mac delivers Atomic Stealer

In a new malware campaign, threat actors are using Google ads to target Mac users looking to download Microsoft Teams. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Fake Microsoft Teams for Mac delivers Atomic Stealer

‘Poseidon’ Mac stealer distributed via Google ads

A competitor of the infamous Atomic Stealer targeting Mac users, has just launched a new campaign to lure in more victims. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: ‘Poseidon’ Mac stealer distributed via Google ads

Was T-Mobile compromised by a zero-day in Jira?

IntelBroker is offering source code from major companies for sale. Are they demonstrating the value of a zero-day they are also selling? This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Was T-Mobile compromised by a zero-day in…

Truist bank confirms data breach

On Wednesday June 12, 2024, a well-known dark web data broker and cybercriminal acting under the name “Sp1d3r” offered a significant… This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Truist bank confirms data breach

When things go wrong: A digital sharing warning for couples

Digital sharing is the norm in romantic relationships. But some access could leave partners vulnerable to inconvenience, spying, and abuse. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: When things go wrong: A digital sharing warning for…

Google will start deleting location history

Google has announced it will delete Location History (Timeline) data and store new data locally, starting December 2024. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Google will start deleting location history

Advance Auto Parts customer data posted for sale

Car parts provider Advance Auto Parts seems to be the next victim of a major data breach related to cloud provider Snowflake. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Advance Auto Parts customer data posted for…

Financial sextortion scams on the rise

Financially motivated sextortion of teenage boys is the fastest-growing global cybercrime, according to the FBI and Homeland Security. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Financial sextortion scams on the rise

Say hello to the fifth generation of Malwarebytes

Announcing the latest version of Malwarebytes, which brings a faster, responsive, and consistent user interface, integrated security and privacy, and expert guidance to keep you secure. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Say hello to…

Utility scams update

These scammers are persistent and want your billing information to extort money from you. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Utility scams update

WhatsApp cryptocurrency scam goes for the cash prize

A scammer tried to seduce us by offering the credentials to an account that held roughly half a million dollars. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: WhatsApp cryptocurrency scam goes for the cash prize

Ticketmaster confirms customer data breach

Live Nation has confirmed what everyone has been speculating on for the last week: Ticketmaster has suffered a data breach. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Ticketmaster confirms customer data breach

Beware of scammers impersonating Malwarebytes

Scammers and other cybercriminals love to use our name to defraud their victims. Here’s what to look out for. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Beware of scammers impersonating Malwarebytes

The Ticketmaster “breach”—what you need to know

A database has been put up for sale that allegedly contains the data of 560 million Ticketmaster users. But is it real? This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: The Ticketmaster “breach”—what you need to know

How to turn off location tracking on iOS and iPadOS

Making sure that your iPhone can’t be tracked is virtually impossible once someone has access to your Apple account This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: How to turn off location tracking on iOS and iPadOS

How AI will change your credit card behind the scenes

Several credit card companies have revealed how they envision using artificial intelligence to “improve” their products. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: How AI will change your credit card behind the scenes

How to remove a user from a shared Mac

This post explains how to remove additional users and accounts from your Mac This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: How to remove a user from a shared Mac

What is real-time protection and why do you need it?

Having real-time protection is like having guards stationed all around your castle, ready to defend. Here’s how it works. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: What is real-time protection and why do you need it?

Deleted iPhone photos show up again after iOS update

iOS users are reporting that photos they had deleted long ago suddenly showed up again after this week’s 17.5 update. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Deleted iPhone photos show up again after iOS update

Apple and Google join forces to stop unwanted tracking

Google and Apple are pushing forward on industry guidelines to stop the sue of Bluetooth devices for unwanted tracking This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Apple and Google join forces to stop unwanted tracking

Why car location tracking needs an overhaul

Refuge robbed: Car location tracking is becoming a tool of control in situations of domestic abuse. It’s time car companies responded. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Why car location tracking needs an overhaul

A week in security (May 6 – May 12)

A list of topics we covered in the week of May 6 to May 12 of 2024 This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: A week in security (May 6 – May 12)

Dell notifies customers about data breach

Dell has notified some customers about a data breach reported to include 49 million records. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Dell notifies customers about data breach

DocGo patient health data stolen in cyberattack

Medical health care provider DocGo has disclosed a cyberincident where an attacker gained access to protected health information. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: DocGo patient health data stolen in cyberattack

Desperate Taylor Swift fans defrauded by ticket scams

When there are not nearly enough tickets for some concerts to accommodate all the fans that desperately want to be there, it makes for ideal hunting grounds for scammers. This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article:…

Dropbox Sign customer data accessed in breach

After a breach in the Dropbox Sign environment, customer information may have been stolen and API users have restricted functionality This article has been indexed from Malwarebytes Read the original article: Dropbox Sign customer data accessed in breach